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It turns out that despite announcing they were not going to pursue Wigan Athletic midfielder Charles N'Zogbia, it seems Blues are favourites to get him.

The Sunday Mercury says that Blues still have N`Zogbia as their top target despite having a recent bid of £8 million turned down.

The Latics are believed to be holding out for over £10 million and N`Zogbia himself is keen on a move to St Andrews.




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Writer:Foxxy
Date:Monday June 14 2010
Time: 3:26PM

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Whelan wants £15million and N'Zogbia has told Martinez that he wants a move to the champions league which Birmingham are not, you are a good team and much richer than Wigan but i think N'Zogbia will hold out for a move to liverpool or Tottenham who are watching the situation. Good luck next season.
lathamwafc
14/06/2010 15:44:00
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The Birmingham press say N'Zogbia is keen on a move to St Andrews so it must be true. Cough!
No1fan.
14/06/2010 15:49:00
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Good news for Wigan then. With Brum favorites, Whelan not batting an eye at the money offered by Brum and Martinez keen to keep hold of him. If Brum really is a money bags team they should step up to the plate.
mrcrowley
14/06/2010 16:02:00
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I hope he stays at wigan, he's crap and he fits in well with a crap team like they are
Original Prankster
14/06/2010 16:58:00
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Either pay up or shut up
number6
14/06/2010 19:28:00
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£15 million..........Dream on you pie guzzling knob
rumnblack
14/06/2010 20:39:00
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First of all N'Zogbia actually wants to leave you he recognises that Birmingham is a better club with better infrastructure, better players, better fans and a better manager. You are a pathetic tin pot club. Our offer will be accepted and N'Zogbia will be a Birmingham player. Why would Wigan want to keep a player that's unhappy? Also why the bitterness I don't get it the only bad blood may lie over Steve Bruce on our side but what's your problem with us? Dick'eds.
Mark Thomas
15/06/2010 06:41:00
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He isn't unhappy though, only the ***** stirring Brummie press are saying that, they haven't got a clue. If you want him you will have to pay up. As for tin pot club, you will be the next Hull/Pompey and have achieved nothing so wind your neck in.
number6
15/06/2010 13:08:00
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Number 6, what a tit. You must know that plucky little wigan are on borrowed time in the prem. You are down this time.
shagnasty
16/06/2010 13:28:00
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boo hoo
number6
28/06/2010 19:28:00
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